Getting to the heart of country life with a look at individual farming endeavours.
BBC Radio Devon's weekly act of worship.
The Western Counties Idiot Asylum was built by the Victorians in Starcross. Today the village remembers former staff and patients of the unit, which closed nearly thirty years ago
Sunday morning gardening tips and features including a trip to The Potting Shed.
Birthdays, anniversaries or just your favourite song with Tony Beard.
A Bit More Judi: Great guests and music with the First Lady of BBC Radio Devon.
Richard Green hosts a countdown of the official chart for this very week in 1975 and 1960.
This week we look back a few years for some traditional solos and arrangements, including some requested by our listeners.
Saxophonist Les Robinson remembers playing lead alto for the bands of Tommy Dorsey and Artie Shaw. There's also an exclusive interview with singer/songwriter Gregory Porter. Show more
Fans of The Carpenters can look forward to three of their slushiest songs, plus love songs from the movies – a classic from Henry Mancini. Show more
BBC Radio Devon joins BBC Radio 5 live.